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Thread: be in a fidget


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    #1

    be in a fidget

    Do the following both work?
    1. He is in a fidget.
    2. He is fidgety.
    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: be in a fidget

    They both work. 'Fidgety' can be in general or at the moment.


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    Re: be in a fidget

    Thank you very much, tdol, for the valuable info as always.

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